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Chaco Valley Energy, a BHP Billiton subsidiary, submitted a permit application in March 2004 to build a power plant if the Sithe proposal at Desert Rock was not successful.[1] BHP Billiton operates coal mines in New Mexico on and near Navajo lands.[2]

BHP recently withdrew its air permit application. The San Juan Citizens Alliance expects that this project will only return to the drawing board if Desert Rock is unsuccessful.[3]

Project Details

Sponsor: Chaco Valley Energy
Capacity: 550 MW
Projected in service:
Status: On hold indefinitely

Financing

Citizen Groups

Resources

References

  1. Air Quality and Clean Energy Program, Grand Canyon Trust, undated, accessed January 2008.
  2. New Mexico Coal, BHP Billiton corporate website, accessed January 2008.
  3. “The Coal Rush: National Power Plant Frenzy Comes to Four Corners", desert-rock-blog.com, September 6, 2007.

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